@Steve-Flordia It's totally fine to reach the end of sth. Question remains if the reasons for it are mutually and amically agreed upon so no one feels guilty over the issue, or vice-versa depending from the points of heated contention.
Do we need them? Do they hold us back? Do they make us do stupid things? Are they the only thing that keeps us going as a society? What do you think?
For some reason your post reminded me of a book I read called "Who Moved My Cheese". In it the Author asks.... "what would you do if you were not afraid?" Its true if you think of it in a positive way. If you had no feeling of fear you would do new things a lot, and change can be good. BUT in a way fear can also keep you safe by not doing something stupid and getting hurt or even killed. SO yes feelings can hold you back but sometimes that can be a good thing.
It's the best feeling in Ohio! You finally find someone who tolerates your stupidity and calls you on your cowardice ways. Immediately, paranoia sets in, wondering if truly cares for you? Does she have someone else? Is going to leave you? Afterwards, anger will always be a go to. Why is she taking so long to get the tacos? She never talked to her friends in private?